Point Loma senior runs 15:45 to outlast David Millan of Mira Mesa (15:53) for the top time in the two-race merge.
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University City sprinter Katriina Wright among CA recruits headed to Eugene.
Established stars, emerging contenders, and hungry challengers: San Diego pride and state meet impact are on the line today.
A perennial producer of big time vaulters and distance runners, the SDS has several state title contenders - including 400 runner Eric Parker.
Who will be the top 10 female track athletes in California regardless of an event? Check out our list inside.
The University City sophomore closed hard over the final 400 to claim victory, and says she had more in the tank if needed.
In advance of league and CIF championships, MileSplitCA ranks the top teams and runners in the San Diego Section.
The San Diego Section has a rich history of outstanding distance runners and teams. The section heads into 2018 with hopes of adding even more gold, silver and bronze to the cache. A detailed preview.
Which athletes have the potential to become the section's three representatives in every distance event at the state meet this June?
Who will be advancing to compete in Clovis this June? Step inside to find out our picks!
In the 2nd installment of "Where Are They Now", we catch up with former University City High School and current redshirt senior University of Oregon runner, Mac Fleet. He finished his high school career as one of the all-time greats from the San Diego Section with a state championship in cross country and track and field.
The California Track and Field State Meet continues with top US times. University City's Mac Fleet (second from right in blue) wins the 1600 meter run with a new US#1 time of 4:05.33.
University City High School senior Mac Fleet talks about his incredible race at the Boston Indoor Games. (Photo: Fleet 100 meters from the finish line and a State Championship Win at the California State Meet last November.)
(Photo by George Ross's DIGITALphotoconcept LLC) When you have a collection of the finest prep milers in the country toeing the line together, good things will often occur. At the Reebok Boston Indoor Games on Saturday night, the girls’ and boys’ junior mile races proved no falsity it that statement. In perhaps one of the most exciting prep races to be held at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center, University City (CA) High senior Mac Fleet edged Westerly (RI) High senior Andrew Springer at the line with a nation-best time of 4 minutes, 9.06 seconds.
With only six of the twenty Foot Locker finalists from last year returning back in 2008, the West seems to be wide open for newcomers to make names for themselves. Leading the way on the girls side is '05 national champion and '07 third placer Jordan Hasay (CA) (pictured above by John Herzog), while Chris Schwartz (CA) is the lone male national returnee.